As far as the much talked-about and sure to be legendary Golden Minifigure goes, well… I’m not really sure what I think about him. Though the two don’t really look alike in a direct comparison, more than anything, looking at the LEGO Minifigures Series 10 Golden Minifigure reminds me of a monocle-wearing Rich Uncle Pennybanks, the Mayor from the classic Monopoly board game!
To say that the boys have a lot of LEGO mini figures would be an understatement. This isn’t even all of them. I’ve had this Printer Tray for a couple years and was determined to use it in my craft room in the home we live in now, but once I realized the LEGO figures fit perfectly in it I knew that’s what I had to use it for. Now I want to find another one for the rest of the mini figures. The figures are easy to get down to play with and easy to put back, which is the most important part.
Since their introduction in 1978, LEGO minifigures, also known as “minifigs,” have become arguably the most iconic aspect of the popular toys. These anthropomorphized pieces of plastic are a hot collector’s item, and with high demand comes high prices. These are a few of the priciest minifigs on the market today.
Yesterday I visited Martin Jaspers, who has got an amazing collection of Lego Minifigures. Together we photographed his collection of approximately 1300 figures. Here are some examples of the the results:
|System Scale:||Minifigure | LEGOLAND Minifigure | Mini-doll figure | Animal | Big Figs | Brick-built Figure | 4+ Figure|
|DUPLO Scale:||DUPLO Figure | Fabuland Figure | QUATRO Figure|
|Doll Scale:||Belville Figure | TECHNIC Figure | Scala Figure | Homemaker Figure|
|Other Scale:||Microfigure | Micro Mob | Basic figure|